REGISTER NOW: European Studies Summit – Scholarships Now Available!
Are you still looking for a summer camp for your high school student? Did you think summer would be easy without a camp this year but now you’re looking for one? Well look no further – the European Studies Summit: A High School Leadership camp is taking place at the end of this month and we now have scholarships available! That’s right – your child can come to camp for a week for free! Read on to find out more!
Join the Alliance Française and Goethe Zentrum for our first annual European Studies Summit, a culturally-enriching leadership camp experience for high school students. The aim of this camp is to encourage cultural exchange and awareness within the greater context of European life.
Over the course of five days, students will:
- engage in leadership development activities
- participate in local field trips
- on-site classes (including politics, geography, culture and language)
- complete one major group project to be presented the last day of camp
- students will be presented with a certificate of completion on the last day of camp
This year’s countries include France, Germany, Italy, the Czech Republic and Switzerland.
Students are responsible for bringing their own lunches and snacks.
1 hour lunch break included. Early drop and after care are available.
Now we know what you’re thinking – how do we get a scholarship? All you need to do is click the link below to register your child, however, they need to tell us in 150 words or less why they should be involved in the camp! We’ll take a look at their application and get back to you as to whether or not your child has a place – simple!
Questions? Feel free to give us a call on (404) 892-2388!
We look forward to seeing you there!
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Posted on July 6, 2017, in What's Going On? and tagged Camp, Europe, European, European Studies Summit, Goethe, Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta, Summer Camp, World Languages. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.